First Paragraph: JFK’s Last Hundred Days

JFK'sLast100DaysIt’s hard to believe, but it’s been nearly fifty years since the assassination of President John Kennedy. So many books have been written about this man and many around this anniversary. I chose just one of them to read, JFK’s Last 100 Days. It was written by the historian Thurston Clarke.

Prologue to the Last Hundred Days

Even though people may be well known, they still hold in their hearts the emotions of a simple person for the moments that are the most important of those we know on earth–birth, marriage, and death.

What do you think? Would you keep reading?

Diane at Bibliophile By the Sea asks us to share the first paragraph of a book we are reading. As you can see it’s called First Chapter, First Paragraph Tuesday Intros. Visit Diane to read more First Paragraphs.


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11 Responses to First Paragraph: JFK’s Last Hundred Days

  1. Hi Margot. I’d keep reading. JFK was such a compelling character even after many decades after his death. And I like the style that’s shown a bit in the prologue. I’d like to find out more about the author’s ‘attack’ or ‘take’ on this subject. Thanks for sharing.

    Here’s my First Chapter, First Paragraph Tuesday Intros 🙂

  2. Margot, I would definitely read this –good intro and I am all about the Kennedy legacy.

  3. Mystica says:

    I am not into the Kennedy clan so maybe not for me.

  4. This is a great intro! I hope you enjoy it.

  5. I listened to this book and loved it… hope you find it just as interesting!

  6. I don’t read a lot of nonfiction, but if I was in the right mood, I would continue reading this one.

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  7. Amy says:

    I’m not sure if I’d read this or not. I’ve read one or two books about the Kennedy family and I’m not so sure I want to read more. But I hope you enjoy this book, Margaret. I’m interested in your review!

  8. kelley says:

    I’ve seen this book on a few blogs. It sounds like a good one to read. I’d keep going. kelley—the road goes ever ever on

  9. Definitely! I love devouring all things JFK…and have been wanting to read this one. Thanks!


  10. Tea Norman says:

    In other words, when push comes to shove they’re like every other ordinary person?? Interesting.

  11. Nise' says:

    I don’t normally read NF, but this impacted my young life so I would read it.

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